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Master Samuel Kwok Biography

Grand Master Samuel Kwok is a 2nd generation Wing Chun Master of Ip Man Wing Chun. He is a student of the two sons of GM Ip Man, GM Ip Chun and GM Ip Ching. He has over 50 years of experience in Wing Chun and has schools under his guidance in over 30 countries.


In 1981 he was appointed chairman and senior overseas representative of the Ip Chun Martial Art Association by Grandmaster Ip Chun. In 1998 Samuel Kwok received a BA honors degree from Manchester University for his life time achievement and promotion of Martial Arts.


Samuel Kwok received many awards among them from the World Wide Martial Arts Council, Legends of the Martial Art Hall of Fame, The London International Martial Arts Hall of Fame, USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame, The Martial Arts Hall of Fame, and many others.


He is the author of several bestselling books and DVD’s and a world recognized Grandmaster of Wing Chun. He was featured in many magazines, newspapers and television shows in many different countries. Samuel Kwok tirelessly travels the world promoting and teaching Ip Man Wing Chun. 248062_481641835223220_549189012_n paddy-monaghan-and-samuel-kwok sam-kwok-sil-lim-tao SamHKVTMAA 2014-03-02 20.31.29 SamHKVTMAA

Samuel Kwok Association Vision:


"Our aim is to respect the wish of grandmaster Ip Man. About 6 weeks before he died he asked his 2 sons and his student Lau Hon Lam to film him performing the Wing Chun system as practice by him. He only managed Sil Lim Tau, Chum Kiu and the Dummy form.


This is because he was in a lot of pain and was weak and unsteady on his feet. He was going to do Biu Gee, the Knife form and long pole. However Grandmaster Ip Chun and Ip Ching and Sifu Lau Hong Lam stopped Ip Man because Biu Gee, the knives and full pole form require a lot of energy to perform.


I want to pass on Ip Man Wing Chun as taught by Grandmaster Ip Man and Ip Ching and Ip Chun

- Samuel Kwok